S15E14 - The Ziff Who Came To Dinner. Homer took Bart and Lisa to the theatre to see the movie Re-DEADNING (a horror movie) and the kids were very scared. Lisa: Dad, I don't like this movie. Can we go home? Homer: Oh honey, don't be scared. Look, they kill the evil doll. (Man screaming). Lisa: *whimpering* Homer: Well, what do you know? It's unkillable. Lisa: *Cries* Homer: Honey, can daddy rest his soda on your head? Lisa: Mm-hmm. Homer: That's my girl.^^ Awwwww, Lisa is so cute when she's scared.
Bart reads a succesful bedtime story. For him an unexpected and uncomfortable hug is the reward! Real cute brother sister moment, something the show has lacked for a long time... I digress... My first scene in a while so hope it was worth the wait.
[Info] Episode Name: The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants Season: 23 Production Code: PABF01
I wanted to draw something completely else. But when searching for model pictures, I found some of Homer and Lisa sitting on the sofa, and had this idea.
It's probably a bit late for an eight year old girl, no matter how clever she is!
Well, I admire the way they treat each other. Homer is completely aware that Lisa is much cleverer than him. He doesn't understand her, but he admires her and even asks her for help. At the same time, he is still her dad, she admires him too, and never treats him condescending. The Simpsons are said to be a "dysfunctional family", but they're much nicer to each other than most real families.
The pic looks a bit seasick, because I didn't use a ruler and my shading is clumsy, but, okay, I'm just a fan artist.
Homer with Lisa on daddy daughter dance It was school that organized this and Homer was happy to be there with her. Lisa stands on Homer`s shoes and Homer leads both og them on the dancefloor to a quiet song.
Homer thought that his little girl was the most beautiful on the whole dancefloor. In some way she looked like her mother and Homer one true love, Marge. It was something in her face that was so Marge this night. It was a night to remember for the rest of their life!
Bart, Lisa and Maggie camping outside in their garden a warm summernight They have had a great time with food, games +++ It was now late at night, Lisa and Maggie had slept for a little time. But not Bart. He sat up and watched his sisters and was asure that they were asleep before he could sleep.
While he was sitting their and watching them, he thought of how lucky he was to have siblings and to have sisters . Though sometimes he missed a brother. But actually Maggie was the brother he had missed. She liked the things he did!
Someone asked me if I could draw Lisa to and here it is:
This is how Lisa would grief over her dead brother. Sitting in the treehouse with a picture of Bart, candle and a rose. This was so hard for her. She had never felt more alone then now. This was in the late evening when the darkness had come to Springfield. It was close to bedtime but she couldn`t sleep. She would, as the last respect for her brother, sit in his treehouse. The treehouse her brother had been in so many times.
Apologies to those who were expecting "Tiny Toon Adventures" fan art.
After doing those Simpsons comic strips last week, I started thinking up other ideas for the characters. In analyzing the show's character interactions, I noticed that Bart has his little clique of friends (Milhouse, Richard, Lewis, occasionally Nelson, etc.), but Lisa is usually only seen with Janey. The reason? Every time Lisa makes a new friend, the character is played by a guest star, virtually guaranteeing that said character won't return in a future episode. Case in point: Allison Taylor from 1F17 "Lisa's Rival" (played by Winona Ryder) and Alex Whitney from 5F20 "Lard of the Dance" (played by Lisa Kudrow).
But the thing about comics is that they're a purely visual medium, so you don't have to worry about voice acting. The Simpsons comic book has taken advantage of this, bringing back guest star characters like Jessica Lovejoy and Cecil Terwilliger, and I figured that in the Simpsons comic universe, Lisa still hangs out with Allison and Alex on a regular basis. They seem like they'd make a good group, anyway.
If it weren't for the fact that Alison, Alex, and Jessica have celebrity voice actors, I think there could be a lot of potential for episode ideas among these four kids.
So I drew this lineup of Simpsons schoolgirls and now I don't know what to do with 'em. I could make it into a signature banner for the No Homers Club...except I'm there so infrequently, I doubt it'd be worth the effort. (For a board full of people who know everything about "The Simpsons", there's surprisingly little meaningful discussion going on over there.)
I really just did this as an excuse to practice my inking. I've been sketching and inking a lot of stuff lately in an effort to smooth out my linework. I think it's improving!
Another page of Simpsons sketches for my Bongo portfolio. I tried to get characters and scenes from across the entire run of the show, but I've only seen a handful of episodes from Seasons 17 through 22. It's a little awkward drawing characters from episodes I've never watched.